La Ley is the band's self-titled third album. It was produced by Alejandro Sanfuentes and released in February 1993 by Universal. The album includes the number one hits "Tejedores de Ilusión" (which was used in a nationwide Pepsi campaign in Chile) and "Auto-Ruta (Feel the Skin)", whose music video was banned from some television shows such as Canal 13's Más Música because of explicit content. Andrés Bobe – guitar. Mauricio Clavería – drums. Alberto "Beto" Cuevas – vocals. Luciano Rojas – bass.
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La Ley is a two-time Latin Grammy Award winning Chilean pop rock band formed in 1987 by lead singer Beto Cuevas. They released their debut album Desiertos in 1990, which was commercially unsuccessful. In 1991 released their official first studio album, Doble Opuesto featured a cover version of The Rolling Stones hit single "Angie". In 1993 released La Ley, in 1995 released Invisible; Vértigo in 1998.
Invisible (La Ley album). Отметки Нравится : 1 875. Invisible is La Ley's fourth album. The album reunites La Ley again with Rodrigo Aboitiz and invites a new member, Pedro Furgone, after the death of founder Andres Bobe. As a result, in 1995
1. Prisioneros de La Piel 2. Tejedores de Ilusi 3. Doble Opuesto 4. Angie 5. Placer 6. En Lugares 7. Sasha 8. Solo Ideales 9. Auto Ruta 10. En La Ciudad 11. Que Va a Suceder 12. Proyecto Ser. Explore this item.
La Ley (band), La Ley Spanish for The Law were a Chilean rock band formed by Andrés Bobe, Rodrigo Aboitiz, Luciano Rojas and Mauricio Claveria with Beto Cueva.